Mr. Selby Browne, Vice President of the Veteran Footballers Foundation of Trinidad and Tobago (VFFOTT) confirmed, VFFOTT at its Executive Committee meeting held on Sunday 4th November voted in favour of accepting the invitation of the TTFF to accept membership to “Move Football Forward in Trinidad and Tobago”.
"It is a personal decision. I will not be entertaining questions on it."
Those were the words of Colin Murray on Friday when he summoned the media to The Normandie for the privilege of hearing him withdraw his bid for the presidency of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation. Given that the reporters present failed to challenge that outrageous statement, he should have saved everyone the hassle of getting there and simply sent a statement via e-mail or fax.
Football fans are a funny bunch; they have never had any doubt whatever that their enemy’s friend is their enemy. Or their enemy’s enemy is their friend. So once they dislike a team, that dislike is forever and ever. Amen.
Sport organisations need to pay close attention to the system of communication they adopt.
KEITH JAMES, a member of the Central Football Association (CFA) General Council, has queried the choice made by the group to back Raymond Tim Kee for the position of president of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF).
The Soca Warriors Online (SWO) recently caught up with former Technical Director Lincoln "Tiger" Phillips as well as former Soca Warriors defender Brent Sancho and asked them for their opinions on former Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) vice-president Raymond Tim Kee, as he prepares to run unopposed for the post of TTFF president.
The Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) has spoken out against what it considers "continued attacks" made against their marketing agent Anthony Harford.
Nine days before what was anticipated to be the most vital elections in local football’s history, the only person remaining to oppose Raymond Tim Kee as president of ther T&T Football Federation, Colin Murray, has pulled out, essencially creating a one-horse race.
Silent, but deadly, is the approach candidate Colin Murray is taking to the upcoming election for the post of president of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF).